How to Start Seeds in Egg Shells

Give seeds a happy starter home by planting them in recycled eggshells.

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Learn how to give seeds a happy starter home by planting them in recycled eggshells.

Temperatures may be fluctuating right now, but it's still too early to plant produce outside. Start your plants and herbs indoors in these easy-to-make eggshell seed starters.

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